As we navigate changing COVID-19 iformation, on this page you will find links and helpful resources to Maryland State updates.  Topics such as business relief resources, labor, and many others can be found on the various other COVID-19 Resource pages. 

Additional Maryland Resources: 

  1. Live Updates from the Office of Governor Larry Hogan 
    1. Governor Hogan's Press Conference Summary - July 29th 
    2. Governor lifts the Stay-at-Home order and puts a "Safer-at-Home" advisory in effect
    3. Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery
      1. Official Roadmap to Recovery from the Governor's Office
      2. Maryland Back to Business Webpage 
      3. Maryland Strong: Back to Business Pledge 
  2. Maryland Unites - Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic    On the Maryland Unites page you can find links on how Marylanders can help out during this time AND a comprehensive A-Z Resource guide from the Hogan Administration. Simply scroll down on the main Maryland Unites Page and you will see the links on how you can help. 
  3. Interpretive Guidance Executive Orders
    1. May 13th - Guidance relating to lifting Stay-at-Home Order This discusses the lift of the Stay-at-Home order and the new advisory in effect, Safer-at-Home; Lawn and garden stores and florists are now open to foot traffic. 
    2. March 30th - Guidance from the Governor's office via MDAMoving into this new phase of action to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, all businesses should make an honest determination if their operation is essential to public health and safety. Businesses that are not directly linked to public health and safety should scale back their operations, if they have not done so already.  Specifically, most retail businesses should immediately move to eliminate foot traffic, end curbside pick-up options and move to delivery only. 
    3. March 24th Update (Clarification from MDA that Independent Garden Centers are Essential): "Nurseries, greenhouses and independent garden centers are considered essential and may remain open. Retail businesses that remain open are strongly encouraged to modify their operations to conduct as much business as possible remotely, and to limit in-store interactions where practicable (e.g., by making products available for delivery or curbside pick-up to limit in store browsing)." 
    4. March 24 - COVID-19-06: Clearly states nurseries and greenhouses are essential. See the linked interpretive guidance
    5. March 23 - COVID-19-04: Farms, companies that sell ag equipment, landscapers, and arborists are essential. See the linked interpretive guidance. 
  4. DHS Guidance on Critical Infrastructure and Essential Workers Version 3.0